Once you have decided on a wedding officiant, the next step is consulting with them to discuss your ceremony needs. Your officiant should offer this service to provide you and your future spouse with the opportunity to give input on the ceremony. You may be asked to consider readings, prayers, vows and other elements to make your ceremony personal and meaningful. Don't worry if you are unsure of your selections during the consultation. An experienced officiant will get to know you and make suggestions based on your feedback.
One of the most important considerations when choosing an officiant is your comfort level. You and your officiant will partner together to create the ceremony of your dreams. Make the most of your consultation by getting to know your officiant and letting your officiant get to know both of you.
Keep in mind that an excellent officiant will work with you in the time leading up to your wedding day to make any changes you desire to your ceremony. The consultation is only the beginning of the partnership you will share with your officiant. Your wedding day is a celebration and the right officiant who creates the perfect ceremony for you will set the tone for your entire event!
For me, the consultation is key. It's very gratifying to create the right ceremony for the right couple. I love meeting the people who I will officiate for and am so happy to hear each love story!
I am so happy to be a recipient of the Wedding Wire Couple's Choice Award for 2016. It is my mission to create the right ceremony for each couple. This honor comes from my clients, which means more to me then any other award.
I am so blessed to be able to officiate wedding ceremonies, for me it is a passion!
Thank you to all my past, current and future couples for your beautiful feedback!
As we celebrate the new year, I find myself reflecting on renewal in all aspects of my life. I think about refreshing my home, improving my health and recommitting myself to my family. All of these thoughts bring me to the relationship that is shared by a husband and wife.
Renewal, fresh pages to be written on, looking forward while reflecting on the past. All of these thoughts remind me of making vows to your husband or wife for the future of your marriage. To be married for many years is a beautiful milestone that can be celebrated through vow renewal.
When a couple decides to recommit themselves to one another it can be even more meaningful than the original wedding day. With time in marriage comes wisdom and a true knowledge of how important it is to work together, accepting your spouse for who they are.
I welcome the opportunity to officiate vow renewals. There is a beauty unlike any other that shines when a couple says " I know you, and I still choose you, as I did then, I do now."
Happy New Year and may all your days in 2016 be healthy and happy!